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OSS Capital with Joseph Jacks

Open source projects benefit from the network effects of a large audience of developers. A popular open source project will be contributed to and used by thousands of developers, who are

Airbnb Engineering with Surabhi Gupta

Airbnb began in 2008 as a monolithic Rails application serving the simple purpose of listing homes for rental. Over time, the number of listings increased dramatically, as did the number

Site Reliability Management with Mike Hiraga

Software engineers have interacted with operations teams since software was being written. In the 1990s, most operations teams worked with physical infrastructure. They made sure that

Scalable Multiplayer Games with Yan Cui

Remember when the best game you could play on your phone was Snake? In 1998, Snake was preloaded on Nokia phones, and it was massively popular. That same year Half-Life won game of the

Load Balancing at Scale with Vivek Panyam

Facebook serves interactive content to billions of users. Google serves query requests on the world’s biggest search engine. Uber handles a significant percentage of the transportation